OSU-Tulsa Police Department achieves accreditation
The OSU-Tulsa Police Department recently achieved accreditation through the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police.
Oklahoma law enforcement agencies are recognized for meeting accepted standards and best practices for efficient and effective operations. Every aspect of OSU-Tulsa’s Police Department was evaluated, including policies, procedures and employee training.
On Tuesday, the department received the OSU Pride Works! Award for their accomplishment.
Photo (l to r): Officer Zach Vierheller, President Howard Barnett, Chief Melvin Murdock, Officer David Pillars, Pam Jackson, Sheila Clark, Sgt. Montie Burchett, Dr. Ron Bussert and Officer Jack Robison.
OSU in Tulsa Research Day to highlight student and faculty projects
OSU’s annual Research Week highlights the creative and innovative research projects underway by OSU students and faculty. The inaugural OSU in Tulsa Research Day is scheduled for tomorrow beginning at 11:30 a.m. at OSU’s Center for Health Sciences.
The event provides an opportunity for OSU researchers in Tulsa to share their research interests with colleagues and collaborators. About 40 oral research presentations and 90 poster presentations are expected. Plaques will be given to first, second and third places in medical resident, medical student, undergraduate and graduate poster and oral presentations.
For a complete schedule of events, visit OSU-Tulsa’s Helmerich Research Center website. For more information, contact Bavette Miller at 918-594-1401.
Enjoy OSU-Tulsa’s International Flavor on March 1
OSU-Tulsa’s International Student Organization (ISO-Tulsa) will host “International Flavor” on March 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in North Hall 140.
Students, faculty and staff can sample a variety of international foods, while enjoying live music, photography and exhibits from countries around the world. For more information, call 918-594-8484.
A Big 12 university at home
OSU’s Tulsa campus enables you to earn a respected degree from a Big 12 university while staying close to home, work, family and friends. For fun and excitement after class, OSU-Tulsa is close to everything downtown Tulsa has to offer including ONEOK Field, the BOK Center, Cain’s Ballroom, the Blue Dome and Brady Arts Districts and many other restaurants and clubs.
Natasha Ball is a 2005 graduate in American Studies at OSU-Tulsa. She is a writer and author of the popular blog Tasha Does Tulsa. Watch Tasha talk about her OSU-Tulsa experience and the opportunities for OSU-Tulsa students in Tulsa's downtown culture.
Be yourself at OSU-Tulsa.